IEEE INDONESIA SECTION
Humanitarian Technology and Community Activities
- Raising awareness, providing training for engagement in humanitarian technology and sustainable development activities,
- Supporting and evaluating projects, and cultivating relationships and leveraging opportunities
Leading in the global sustainable development community
IEEE Indonesia Section Humanitarian Technology and Community Activities (IEEE.IS HTCA)
collaborates with IEEE Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember Student Branch (IEEE.IS ITS SB)
in ICTS 2021 to hold Video Presentation Competition
for Indonesian undergraduate or graduate students.
- The video theme could be the student final projects which showcasing idea of the possibilities on how their works related in humanitarian technology and sustainable development activities influence communities.
- Individual or a team of student participants (3 students in max) are required to create a short video and explain their ideas to be visualized into a video that can be presented.
- The video should be spoken in English with a given theme and creatively present within the time limit of 3-5 minutes.
Certificate from IEEE Indonesia Section for Finalists and 1st place wins IDR 1500K, 2nd place with IDR 1000K and 3rd place with IDR 750K.
Deadline for video submission
: August 21th, 2021.
Notification of acceptances
(15 videos): August 28th, 2021.
Live Presentation in English
(7 minutes in max): during ICTS conferences (20-21 October 2021) and the three winners will be announced after the Live Presentation session.
- Participants are registered as active students in Indonesia Universities.
- Participants are willing to take part in the entire series of activities that are scheduled.
- During the competitions, the registered participants cannot be represented by anyone else, or otherwise will be disqualified.
- Judges consists of 3 people from the IEEE.IS HTCA, IEEE IES Indonesia, and the ICTS committee
- The judging decision is final, and all participants should respect and appreciate every judgment from the judges.
- Participants must make a statement that the idea or video content has never been received any prizes in another place or their title could be revoked as a winner in this video competition.
- The submitted clips must be 3-5 minutes long. Submissions below 3 minutes may be disqualified. Videos must be uploaded as one file to YouTube, whereas the video's description must include members' names, the university, and a short description of the content.
- Video must be made according to the theme that corresponds.
- The video must not be offensive or advertise/promote commercial products.
- The participants must hold the copyright for all materials used, such as music, video, sounds and images, or have explicit written permission from the copyright holders to use and distribute this material.
- Video must be narrated in English.
Presentation Rules (for 15 selected participants)
- No additional electronic media such as sound and video files are permitted.
- No additional props such as costumes, musical instruments, and laboratory equipment are permitted.
- All participants are required to wear a formal dress code (include university jacket)
- Presentations are limited to 7 minutes maximum, and competitors exceeding 7 minutes are disqualified.
- The participants must show their faces and half of their bodies in their video.
- All participants must mute or turn off their microphone during any of the participant's performances.
- During the competition, the committee will mute the microphone of all the participants. Participants are only allowed to unmute the microphone when performing and talking.
- Participants must be prepared and join the zoom meeting at least 15 minutes before the competition starts and must fill the attendance at Google Form (send after the agenda started). If the participant is late to be present, the committee will decide unilaterally to either postpone or disqualify the participants from the competition.
- When the participants make mistakes when performing, the committee does not compromise and/or allow any pauses of duration nor provide any restart performing.
- If there are technical difficulties (errors on microphone/speakers, troubled internet connection, or any problems) that arise during the participants' performance, which is not the participant's fault, then the committee might restart with permission from all the participants and judges.